Joane Somarriba, ambassador of the Laboral Kutxa-Euskadi Foundation


Joane Somarriba, ambassador of the Laboral Kutxa-Euskadi Foundation

Joane Somarriba will be the new ambassador of the women’s cycling team LABORAL Kutxa-Euskadi Foundation in 2023 and 2024. The Basque former cyclist, winner of three editions of Tour de Francetwo of Mrdog from italy and the world champion will be integrated into the team structure and contribute his experience and values ​​so that the women’s team can grow and compete with cycling’s elite.

Somarriba (1972, Gatika) accompaniedl LABOR Kutxa in the month of May in The Women’s Tour, The Itzulia woman and the classic from Durango. From now on, he will act as the team’s ambassador in the field of sports, promotion and commercial. In particular, he will be part of the staff within the sports organization chart, as an advisor to Ion Lazkanowho will continue to be a leading manager in the field of sports, sharing his experience, values ​​and knowledge with the team and the runners.

Joane Somarriba: “LABORAL Kutxa’s long-term commitment to women’s cycling is exciting. It drew my attention to the whole team of people behind the riders and the passion of the people who are part of the LABORAL Kutxa-Fundación Euskadi project. The Cyclist have a great opportunity to become professionals, they have all the means and an exceptional staff to give one hundred percent and perform. They lack nothing to become cyclists. improved, not accidentally, it has become a benchmark for all cyclists in all categories who are committed or want to commit themselves to it.

This new stage was quite different from when I was a runner, and after a while I was cut. For me it was very enjoyable and a new experience to live closely again. I really want to learn and contribute at the same time since I empathize a lot with the runners. It is a tough sport that requires a lot of work, sacrifice and effort. I know what is behind a professional cyclist competing at the highest level and I hope I can contribute my experience as a rider. Give advice, but also listen and understand them; for me that is very important. Sometimes we forget that in competition everyone is necessary and therefore it is important to know their needs, doubts or concerns”.

Source: La Verdad


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